Eastern Europe Tours:
Eastern Europe boasts of Quaint and contemporary cultures, From soaring mountains to fortresses and Castles, always enough to keep you intrigued.
When in Eastern Europe, always expect the unexpected. Surrounded by gothic spires and Lego block buildings, the region gets under your skin and is impossible to resist. From Soviet-themed cafes in Moscow to Budapest’s crumbling buildings that have morphed into ruin bars, Eastern Europe offers something different to every visitor.
A Culture At Its Best:
The Majestic Saint Stephen’s Basilica in Budapest, the historic Charles Bridge in Prague or Mozart’s hometown Salzburg, Eastern Europe is a warehouse of culture and fine arts. Cities such as Prague, St Petersburg, Vienna, Salzburg, Bratislava, and Budapest are effortlessly elegant, housing remarkable art collections.
Its musical masterpieces, Vienna is steeped in history. When the likes of composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Joseph Haydn, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Johann Strauss, Johannes Brahms and Gustav Mahler, among countless other, Vienna is known as the city of music. The Viennese appreciate the finer things in life and this extends to their love for Opulent Coffeehouses. Elegant restaurants and fine Austrian wine reserved in vaulted cellars. The Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna is one of the most important architectural, cultural, historical monuments in the country. When in Vienna, don’t miss the opportunity to visit another European capital, the beautiful city of Bratislava castle, the Grassalkovich palace, Michael’s gate and many others.
Another beautiful city not to be missed in Eastern Europe in Prague. The capital of Czech Republic, Prague is one of the finest and most charming cities. Famous for its quaint Cafes and jazz music, walking through its narrow alleys and cobblestone streets, The old town square is one of the two main squares in Prague. The most notable sights on the square are the old town hall tower and astronomical clock. Feedback and soak up the atmosphere at one of the cafes lining the square. The Charles Bridge is one of the busiest places in Prague and makes more for a great photo opportunity. Although not a very popular tourist attraction, Kampa Island is the most romantic part of Prague, and also one of the most beautiful island cities in the world.
By the Danube River, Hungary’s capital Budapest is a Paradise for explorers. Architecturally, the city is a mix of baroque, neoclassical and Nouveau buildings. Its 19th-century chain Bridge connects the hilly Buda district with the flat-planed pest. A funicular railway in the City offers a unique means of transportation to approach Buda Castle Hill. Easily accessible from Budapest, Szentendre lies just 19 km south of it. An art colony turned tourist center and boasts of dozens of art museums, galleries, and churches.
Be its narrow alleys, stunning views, romantic islands, fairy Tale fortresses and historical buildings, eastern Europe has it all. Travel through the stunning Austrian Alps and lakes, stroll through the beautiful Mirabel Palace and Gardens, enjoy the great views of some of the largest medieval castles, drive to Wachau valley, which is covered with vineyards and picturesque villages, embark on river cruise along the Danube river, experience the Vienna State Opera or explore the primates Palace former in 18th century palace inspired by French classicism.
Eastern Europe comprises many different cultures, ethnicities, languages, and histories. If you feel exhilarated within the space of a couple of days of exploring Eastern Europe great.
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Credits: Sheetal Srivastava